The Duke and Duchess of Cornwall put on an upbeat display as they attended Sunday Service at Crathie Kirk, Balmoral, on the First Sunday of the New Year.
Prince Charles, 71, was pictured behind the wheel in a brown coat, whie shirt and tie as he navigated his way towards the church.
He was joined by Camilla, 72, who wore a matching checked coat, a ruffled white shirt, and accessorised with pearl earrings and red lipstick.
Their appearance came as the Queen joined Prince William and Kate Middleton for church in Sandringham today.
The Duke and Duchess of Cornwall put on an upbeat display as they attended Sunday Service at Crathie Kirk, Balmoral, on the First Sunday of the New Year
And their relaxed body language comes just weeks after a royal expert told an Australian website 9Honey that the Prince of Wales is now viewed as the ‘nation’s favourite’ and is finally respected by the masses.
Victoria Arbiter said: ‘Call it rebranding, a happy marriage or simply the wisdom of his years, the trifecta combined have led to Charles now being viewed as the nation’s favourite, a charming and affable granddad as opposed to an eccentric and out-of-touch meddler,’ explained to.
In October, Prince Charles: Inside the Duchy of Cornwall, a two-part, fly-on-the-wall documentary, aired to both critical and public acclaim.
Prince Charles, 71, was pictured behind the wheel in a brown coat, whie shirt and tie as he navigated his way towards the church
The programme showcased his £1billion estate which has flourished under his control for the last half century.
Viewers commended the heir to the throne for being down to earth, friendly and extremely invested in his land and the lives of the people who live there.
And proving just how far they have come in the past decade, the couple shared a retrospective look at their last ten years together on New Year’s Eve.
The Duke and Duchess of Cornwall shared their highlights of the past decade as 2019 drew to a close last week. Taking to their Clarence House Instagram account, Prince Charles, 71, and Camilla, 72, posted a compilation video of their most notable moments over the past 10 years – starting in 2010 (seen) when they visited a food market
Another picture sees the couple attended a State Opening in 2013, top centre, where it was announced Charles would be taking on more royal duties
The highlight reel started in 2010, and included notable moments such as Charles celebrating his 70th birthday with a photoshoot alongside Camilla, Meghan Markle, now 38, Prince Harry, 35, Prince William and Kate, 37, and their three children Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis in 2018.
Sharing the post, which racked up 8,000 views in just half an hour, they wrote: ‘As the decade comes to an end, we wanted to share some highlights from a decade in the life of TRHs The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall.
‘Wishing all our followers a very Happy New Year!’.
Stylish couple! Prince William and Kate Middleton made their way to Sandringham’s St Mary Magdalene church this morning (pictured)
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The Queen attended the service and travelled to the church by car. She sported a tasteful woolen jacket and skirt ensemble with a matching hat
Members of the royal family and their circle all gathered at Sandringham, waiting for the Sunday church service to begin. The Cambridge’s friend the Marchioness of Cholmondeley was seen joining the group, far left, dressed in a faux fur brown hat and matching coat, while Carole and Michael could be seen chatting with one another